Summary: Mine has been great, and while the colour of the unit was not really a big concern, the product shipped to me is actually white, including the housing and all cords. The LEDs are *bright* red, but mine is out of view so this is not a problem.
Summary: I was looking for a voice modem to build an answering machine that emails voicemail to my smart phone including caller id and name. This is priced right and does the job, has not let me down once.
Summary: If you are still using Dial up for Internet connection, this is the modem for you. According to my client who is using it, it is the fastest connection he ever had. P.S. Don't forget to get the USB to serial adapter cable to go with it!!
Summary: I love this modem. It's serial, so it works just fine with my FreeBSD server. I use it with vgetty for voice, fax, and data. The only thing I wish this modem had was a speakerphone connection; other than that, it works beautifully, and by no means broke the bank, either!
Summary: Called the tech number and it was disconnected. I had to buy another cable and that still didn't work. I had my computer literate son try it and no dice. The computer recognizes the cable but not the modem.
Summary: This modem is worth a heck of a lot more than I paid for it, for sure. I love it. I dual boot Linux and Windows XP so I just leave the modem on and forget about it. It took all of 3 minutes to get it hooked up. I think a 2 year old could get it going without any problems.
Pros: This modem is soo fast. I use it on Linux Fedora Core 3, using KPPP (as well as XP SP2), with no problems whatsoever This bad boy flies! Just make sure you have the power on before you boot your pc
Summary: I needed a cheap external modem for an older Win 95 machine, and this fit the bill perfectly. No v.92 hassles, no soft modem hassles and no USB hassles. Just what I needed. Oh, and it's really fast.